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Axol and Friends - Plush Toys with a Purpose



Hey neighbors!!

Take a minute to learn about Axol And Friends. This startup company is working at teaching children and adult alike about endangered plant and animal life.  They have designed some plush creatures, Axol, to help raise awareness.  Axol is an Axolotl, a type of salamander only found in a series of lakes and canals in Mexico.  The population of Axolotl is dwindling due to loss of their natural habitats.  The plush Axol is adorable.  Super, cute gift idea!!




Axol & Friends is more than a brand, it’s a movement to empower youth to be activists and environmentalists. We also fight for sustainability, environmental conservation, animal rights, human rights, and social justice.  A portion of each sale goes toward two different non-profit partners, one in Mexico and the other in Thailand. Home of Axol and his friend Java, a Pangolin.




When you visit their website, you will be able to find out more about Axol and Java.  They even have some coloring pages to download and color.  As well, you will find the other plushies they have available.

You can purchase them on the website, or you can find Axol and Friends on Amazon.

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Comments

LauraJJ said…
Oh adorable. I think these are so wonderful for the kids to learn about animals that need our help!

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